Bunkers left guard the green, plus a deep desert box canyon falls off to the left. Designed by acclaimed course architect, John Ball, the course has been a fixture in South Tacoma for nearly years. Your approach shot will be hit to the largest green on the course. Because of this an extreme right pin placement will be hard to attack from the right side of the fairway with an extreme left pin placement being hard to attack from the left side of the fairway. In the application, select File and then Print. The green has several distinct levels making close consideration to the pin placement sheet a must.
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Trees line both sides of the entire hole so placement is key. The locus of possible overlays will thus be part of the convex hull of the diagonal and the background point. In order to be able to compare interobserver and in- traobserver scatter, we decided to use a single set of instances, revisited 3 times by each observer. Hole 7 is a dogleg right, downhill par 4. Thus the Square has only a very small probability of turning into a Hole and a much higher probability of be- coming a Left or Right simply due to the ambiguous cases, not primarily due to the perturbation and also a rather high probability of turning into a Mosaic.
Championship 18 > Metro Parks Tacoma
Hole 10 Par 4 - Handicap 4 The second 9 begins just as the first 9 holes ended with a straight away par 4. That leaves either a wedge from the bottom of the hill or a yard shot to a green on the same level as the fairway from that distance. To carry the water on this Par 3 is no trouble, but OB left and bunkers left, right and long make this green a challenge to hit. The shortest par 4 provides some options off the tee. If you believe that quality short par fours are a dying breed in the game the sixth hole is for you.
This larger scale green has a small incline and is protected by a large bunker on the front left side. The best tee shot is on the right side for a better look at the green. The depth perception makes it feel like its not very deep even though it is. Even a bogey-5 is not a bad score on this one! Perhaps one of the most memorable tee-shots you will make on the front 9, hole 6 offers a downhill, dogleg right par 5 that requires some finesse in navigating. The blind green uphill approach shot and front bunkers make your 2nd shot one to two clubs longer.